Koh the Face Stealer VS Pennywise the Clown (Tournament of Monsters)

Who would win in a no-holds-barred battle to the death? Koh the Face Stealer or Pennywise the Clown? In honour of the inaugural Blogger Book Fair (All’s Fair in Blogs and More!), they go head-to-head in the TOURNAMENT OF MONSTERS!


Koh the Face Stealer (Avatar: The Last Airbender): With his giant sinuous multi-legged carapace, changeable facial orifice and seductively smooth voice, cave-dwelling Koh is the ultimate phallic-insect nightmare. Never mind that he’s on a Nickelodeon kids’ show—that just makes him extra creepy. Deliberately provocative and unnerving, Koh has only one goal: to STEAL YOUR FACE. Defended by Vicki Essex, author of My Son’s Hero


Pennywise (Stephen King’s It): Listen, if a monster needs to steal someone else’s face, he has some serious insecurity issues. (And there are way cooler things to steal: souls, lives, kids, etc.) Pennywise uses his painted face to lure you into sewers before he rips your arm off. Try putting that on Nickleodeon. Defended by Wynne Channing, author of What Kills Me

Who will win? Tune in tomorrow to see who advances to the next round. Don’t forget to cheer for your choice. Make their headshots your profile pic on Facebook. Tweet with the hashtag #MonsterMash.  Tell us who should win. Trash the losers. Don’t see your favorite monster on this list? Let us know who you would throw into the ring!

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Meet the defenders!

Vicki Essex is a contemporary romance writer with a twisted mind. Her debut book, Her Son’s Hero, which combines MMA and romance, is available from Harlequin Superromance.

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Wynne Channing is a national newspaper reporter and young adult novelist. As a journalist, she has interviewed everyone from Daniel Radcliffe and Alicia Keys to the President of the Maldives and Duchess Sarah Ferguson. The closest she has come to interviewing a vampire is sitting down with Hugh Jackman (well, he once played a vampire hunter).

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